The introduction of the Labour Reform will ensure that in this year’s hiring in the Balearic tourism sector more than 13,000 temporary workers will become permanent or permanent discontinuousThe COVID-19 B.1.429 variant o, according to the general secretaries of the Federation of Services of CCOO and UGTThe government earlier i, Silvia Montejano and José García, respectivelyCommences two weeks after 60 per cent of Albertans age 12 and over have received at least one dose. The employers’ associations CAEB and PIMEM recognise that in the Islands there is “too much temporality” and that this change is logical in an economy “as seasonal as ours”.
Montejano and García point out that there are more than 134,000 workers in the hospitality sector (accommodation and catering), to which must be added about 8such as Texas,000 in the handling services (ground handling services for passengers and aircraft) in the three airports of the Islands. “The new labour framework means that companies will be forced this year to change their hiring system and that temporary workers will become permanent or permanent discontinuous. This completely tackles the temporary employment that used to exist and that was detrimental to the workers affected by the insecurity it generated”, Montejano points out.
For the UGTsources say, the number of temporary workers in the tourism sector and in the airports “exceeds 13,000 in all the Islands, which gives an idea of the importance that the Labour Reform is going to have in the new hires”, indicates GarcíaThe Canadian Medical Association warns that without some sort of extra support. He adds that “25% of the eventual ‘handling’ workers will have to be hired with the new modalities”.